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This week, Siri Abrahamson explains how a terrible loss led her and her husband to the Church; Jack Carrigan meets Francesca Kay, the award-winning novelist who is fascinated by faith; Edward Echlin explains why the Pope keeps half a million bees; and Madeleine Teahan talks to Bobby Schindler about his 15-year fight to save the life of his sister, Terri Schiavo. Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith, meanwhile, says St Alphonsus Liguori would think twice before driving at 80mph.

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